Our Halloween fun continues here at the ol’ Litterbox with a visit to sunny Spain for a “Nekoliscious” review of director Mateo Gil’s 2006’s haunted horror story “Regreso A Moira”, known on this side of the pond as “Spectre”, one of 6 films packaged together by Lionsgate and released as a three disc set called “6 Films to Keep You Awake” aka “6 Películas Para No Dormir”.
Our Synopsis for it goes like this:“After the tragic suicide of his beloved wife, an elderly writer named Tomás visits the small coastal village in Spain where he was born and raised. He reminisces of his childhood, and the beautiful, mysterious woman, Moira, whom he’s been unable to forget all these long year, once rumored to be a witch in league with the Devil. As he walks through his old village he catches ghostly glimpses of her, and is haunted once again by the dark story of their forbidden love affair those many years ago. Dare he visit the house where once they made love, where she was brutally killed, and where local superstition says her restless spirit still lurks to this very day? Will he risk his very soul to return to Moira once more?”
Yep. This one certainly meets our needs for “Haunted House” stories this month… and this wee Catgirl can’t wait to take a peek! Naturally those of you Gentle Visitors with similar tastes in film fare will wonder if you too need take this creepy trip to haunted Spain… so fear not! Merely “Read On” and you’ll know for sure. 😉